Re: Battery Monitor
Originally Posted by Eric T
In my opinion a good surge protector with built in testing like this one http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...analyzer/35145
is a better bet then an AC voltmeter. I always plug ours in first, before hooking up the trailer's power cord. By the time you see it on a voltmeter any over voltage (or other problems) have already zipped through all your trailer's electric circuits. But, on the downside, surge protection is much more expensive.
Originally Posted by Bruce Wray
Take a look at the monitors, AC and DC, that I found at Camping world: http://www.campingworld.com/search/i...d&Nty=1&Ntpc=1
Anyone have any familiarity with either of these products? An old-timer told me that an AC meter was a good idea for full hook-up sites to make sure that you don't unknowingly trash your trailer's electricals.
Great tool to protect your "innards"! I'm gonna get one for sure!
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